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HONEYWELL NAMES WOLF VICE PRESIDENT FOR ENERGY, ENVIRONMENTAL MARKETS

 MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Honeywell Inc.(NYSE: HON) has named James L. Wolf to the newly created position of vice president for energy and environmental markets.
 Wolf, whose appointment took effect Sept. 20, is responsible for identifying market opportunities for the company's energy and environmental products. Wolf also will help develop and represent Honeywell's public policy on energy and the environment. He will report to Mannie Jackson, senior vice president of marketing and administration.
 Wolf will be at corporate headquarters in Minneapolis until December, assessing the energy and environmental products and services of Honeywell's Home and Building Control, Industrial Control, and Space and Aviation businesses. Beginning in February 1994, Wolf will work out of Honeywell's Washington, D.C. office.
 "Jim will play an important role in driving Honeywell to the forefront as an acknowledged leader in energy and environmental markets," said Jackson.
 Wolf joins Honeywell with several years experience at Alliance to Save Energy, a nonprofit agency that conducts research, demonstration and education on energy-efficient technologies and policies. He has served as the organization's executive director for the past decade. Before being named executive director, Wolf served as general counsel and director of policy for the organization.
 Between 1978 and 1981, Wolf served as acting deputy assistant administrator for policy and planning for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration within the U.S. Department of Commerce. From 1976 to 1978, Wolf served as deputy chief counsel of a Select Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives. Before that, Wolf spent three years as a private practice attorney.
 Wolf received his law degree from Harvard Law School and holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Rochester, New York.
 Honeywell is a global controls company providing products, systems and services that increase comfort, environmental protection, energy conservation, productivity and safety in homes and buildings, industry, and aviation and space. The company employs 55,000 people in 95 countries on six continents, and had 1992 sales of $6.2 billion.
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 /CONTACT: Lynda Nordeen of Honeywell, 612-951-0070/
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